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Philosophy can learn how to reach the heart of people It is basically about how to write truth in a way that reaches and permeates the public sphere, connecting reason with aesthetics. Heidegger is deeply indebted to Hölderlin here and I'm surprised Badiou does not offer this obvious link himself. The main idea has been around since Hegel, Schelling, and ...


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'Rediscovery' I think clearly applies to: from Romanticism - which was far more dominant and lasting in philosophy in Germany than in England. John Vervaeke has a great lecture on Romanticism in the context of the history of philosophy, which was all news to me. I can't think of a figure like Goethe in the English speaking world, able to contribute ...


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